Attend CAT’18 workshop in Lucknow by Surya, this Sunday to get all your b-school queries answered
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Attend CAT’18 workshop in Lucknow by Surya, this Sunday to get all your b-school queries answered

The right guidance can make or break your life. It’s 2018 and only a few months left for the CAT examination to take place. While admission guidance is something that everybody needs before the preparation, other tasks like filling the form, etc, also need some supervision. So, here is a workshop just for the CAT aspirants by Surya Pratap Singh, founder of Fundamakers, that will help you get ready for MBA 2018.

Attend CAT’18 workshop in Lucknow by Surya, this Sunday to get all your b-school queries answered

Pen down all your queries for MBA 2018 as Surya Pratap Singh’s FundaMakers is hosting a B-school admission guidance session at CMS Gomti Nagar auditorium on 12th August 2018, from 2 pm to 5 pm.

All your queries related to cut offs, colleges, CAT, MAT, XAT would be answered by city’s very own Surya Pratap Singh. This informative event is open for all CAT 2018 aspirants and you shouldn’t miss it. The event would help you in taking those important career discussions, so make sure that you are ready with your set of questions.

About FundaMakers

FundaMakers was started in May 2017 with a mission to establish an affordable coaching institute in Lucknow which can cater to both the rich and the poor. “The idea is very simple, a student in class 12 can secure admission to a graduate or post-graduate course on his own. However, if he wants to get through a good grad college, he will need the help of a coaching institute. And to get into a good college, he has to crack the entrance test. This test preparation is very costly. For eg, A college which comes under CLAT, let’s say, Ram Manohar Lohia, the fees here is somewhere around 1lakh. But a very famous coaching institute charges more than Rs 1 lakh for test preparations. The preparation is imperative for a student to get through a good college. With no other option, and in hope of cracking the entrances, they pay the unjustified sum of money. Now this, is a loot. And I started this movement because I wanted to challenge this corporatization,” said Surya Pratap Singh.